How To Set Your Intentions With A Focus Wheel
Your intentions are experiences that you wish to attract into your life. For instance, you might wish to meet your soul mate, gain a promotion at work, or generate a significant financial abundance. You can go about attracting what you want in various ways. A focus wheel is one of the most powerful methods you can employ.
I am going to be talking about the focus wheel and how you can create one for yourself. You can use these for your affirmations, or even just to get a greater understanding of what your intentions are.
They are great if you want to figure out what it is you want to attract in your life, and it can help you to think about some intentions you might not have even known you had.
How To Create A Focus Wheel
Draw a large circle on a piece of paper, making it large enough to almost touch the paper's edges. Inside, draw a second, smaller circle. Divide the space between the large and small circle into twelve equal parts, leaving the inner circle blank. Alternatively, you can download and print this free PDF Focus Wheel template.
In each of the twelve segments, begin a sentence with the words “I love.” Next, complete the twelve sentences by writing about aspects of your life that you genuinely love. For example, you might write, “I love my beautiful, glorious garden that gives me so much joy,” and “I love my wonderful, warm friendships that make me feel special.”
As you create sentences, be mindful about utilizing what you are grateful about as part of what you write. Generate sentences that express thankfulness for qualities you already enjoy that you would like to increase.
Set An Intention
For instance, if your intention is to encourage your boss to be supportive of you at work, the quality that you want to enjoy more of is support.
Therefore, think of an aspect of your life in which you feel fully supported, and produce a sentence that describes that situation.
“I love my fabulously supportive sister who has complete confidence in my ability to shine” is a good example.
If you cannot think of many situations from which you gain support currently, create sentences about support.
“I love the way that the earth in my garden supports the flowers so that they grow strong and healthy,” and “I love how new life is supported by the seasons,” would meet your requirements.
Find Your Greatest Intention
When you have completed the twelve sentences, write your greatest intention in the inner circle; frame it in a positive manner such as, “I love how I confidently behave in ways that cause people to want to support my endeavors, both socially and professionally.”
The key to creating sentences that aid attraction is to make them believable.
If at present, you do not truly believe that your boss will support you, there is no point mentioning him directly in a sentence.
However, if you are already supported by your sister, and can recognize many aspects of life where support takes place naturally, you can believe that you already know how to generate support and that life supports you.
Placing your beliefs in a sentence at the center of your focus wheel will increase your confidence and help you act in ways that cause your boss, and other people, to support you. Additionally, using a believable sentence will clearly propel your intention into the atmosphere.
How To Use A Focus Wheel
- Three times a day, give your full attention to reading aloud each of the twelve sentences on your focus wheel.
- Work around the wheel, saying every sentence in an animated fashion so that you feel strong emotions as you speak.
- Repeat the exercise three times, until you feel positive and enthusiastic, before reading the sentence in the middle circle aloud.
Using a focus wheel can aid the acquisition of a momentum of gratitude that alters your belief system and behavior. This helps to ultimately attract more of what you want in life.
It can also help you set some affirmations for yourself, as you will be more aware of what you want to attract into your life. Try using your focus wheel to create your own affirmations.
For example, if one of your intentions is confidence, the affirmation you use could be ‘I am incredibly confident and I feel comfortable around others'.
Take the intentions that are on your focus wheel and try to create affirmations based on what you have written.
Using your focus wheel and affirmations together can be a great way to help you to feel more positive, start your day off in a motivating way and attract more of those positive things into your life. Click here to download your focus wheel template!